Since recommencing services after the COVID-19 shutdown, we run two types of services that draw upon the liturgical tradition with contemporary and traditional forms of worship.
Sunday Morning Worship Service – 9am
This services encompasses an exciting journey to engagement with God through a combination of innovative use of liturgy, contemporary worship (including songs from Hillsong, Passion, Crowder and contemporary interpretations of hymns), message, kid’s item and Holy Communion. The service runs for a little over 1.5 hours every Sunday morning and is followed by a delicious morning tea.
Wednesday Morning Traditional Service – 9 am (2nd and 4th Wednesdays)
This a modern traditional service with Holy Communion, using liturgy, traditional hymns and choruses. The runs for approximately for 1 and 1/4 hours and is followed by a lovely morning tea and time of fellowship. The service runs on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month.
Family Friendly Zones
Our services, particularly our Sunday morning service, are designed for the inclusion of children and families within worship. In addition to a parent’s lounge that has direct sight of the services (with audio loop), there are spaces set-apart within the church space for families. These ‘family friendly zones’ enable kids and parents to have an area where they can worship together, each at his or her own level. These spaces also include activities for children, and on Sundays they will receive a kids pack just before the sermon.
Online Services, Resources & Podcasts
As part of the COVID-19 shutdown, we provided a range of online resources and recordings of services and messages. You may find these resources helpful if you are unable to attend a particular service, or during your own private prayer and worship at home. They can be accessed through the link below. We would also encourage you to sign-up to our weekly podcast of messages from Ps Andrew Peters.